Page One Features Editor
Kaufman has worked at the Globe as a reporter, columnist, and editor since 1999. As the Globe’s deputy living editor, she oversees three “g” feature sections a week, including Thursday Style, and edits the Names page. A California native and UC Davis graduate, Kaufman was previously managing editor of Stuff and Stuff@Night magazines, a staff writer at Boston magazine, and editor of the Cambridge Tab and other local newspapers.
By The Associated Press ,
The U.S. government has issued a report on fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards for U.S. cars and trucks that were first established in 2012. What does that mean for you?
By David R. Baker , San Francisco Chronicle
With its first mid-priced car still more than a year away, Tesla Motors on Wednesday unveiled a slightly less expensive version of its new Model X sport utility vehicle.
By David Welch , Bloomberg News
As you may have suspected, your car is spying on you. Fire up a new model and it updates more than 100,000 data points, including rather personal details.
By Adrian Higgins , The Washington Post
The firefly, or lightning bug, transforms the sultry summer evening into a veil laced with sequins.